|Best for Puzzles
||From Michael Curl, a selection of crosswords, a tutorial and the superb Who's Who, a concise but comprehensive compendium of
crossword setters, editors, bloggers, solvers and other puzzling people (including yours truly).
|The Crossword Centre
||Derek Harrison's great site, without which I doubt I'd have been motivated. It holds a ton of information, has monthly prize puzzles, and hosts a bulletin board where setters and solvers alike can bitch!
|The Crossword Club
||Edited by Brian Head since 1976, this site publishes Crossword magazine containing puzzles, news, reviews and gossip from the crossword world.
||The best crossword blogging site covering most of the daily block puzzles plus the weekend Inquisitor and Enigmatic Variations.
|Listen with Others
||The Listener Crossword Weblog: see how easy or difficult other solvers find these crosswords.
|The Listener Crossword
||The official Listener site which pipped me to the post (actually by quite a long way). Run by Derek Arthur and John Grimshaw, this is an absolutely fabulous site that contains a wealth of information about the crossword that started it all.
||An excellent e-zine of difficult and not-so-difficult puzzles for the Listener-type solver; run by Mark Goodliffe (Mr Magoo) and Simon Anthony (Pieman).
|Peter Biddlecombe's Crosswords
||Peter Biddlecombe's excellent crossword site from a two-a-day man.